Why Didn't I Think of This Before?!

by Stephanie
How easy can this clean up be and how is it no one every told me about this before? :)
I really love painting, but thoroughly despise the clean up afterwards. So, last night while I was multi-tasking (making dinner and prepping my project in the garage) I had an epiphany. Why not line the paint tray with this press n seal crap that sends me into a small rage in the kitchen? I’m the absolute worst at trying to get this stuff to cover my dish. It gets tangled and all stuck on itself EVERY. Single. Time! I know, I know it’s probably not that big of a deal to most of you coordinated folks. However, it’s a close race between this stuff and contact paper as being my biggest nemesis and downfall. I just can’t do it.

I really wish I would have thought of this idea before when my paint tray was new. But alas, it is covered with old, dried paint that I try to scratch and scrub off after every use. Now all I have to do is cover this little tray and just pull it off when I am done! This has got to be the easiest clean up ever! It’s so much better than using tin foil as a liner, or even not using one at all. Plus, there is the added bonus that this product can actually have a use in my home besides making me angry in the kitchen.

Now, does anyone have ideas on how to make a self-cleaning paint brush?! :D
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  • Jan Loehr Jan Loehr on May 31, 2015
    meant "no work"...LOL!
  • Bernice H Bernice H on Oct 06, 2019

    I love press and seal..I also use it in paint trays,I used to use plastic bags,but sometimes they did not quite fit.

    what a great idea on refrigerator shelves! 👏Saran wrap makes me furious! I get mad so I don’t get Glad!